David Beckham: I'm an emotional wreck during films
David Beckham has said he is an "emotional wreck" when watching films and TV.
Talking on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show, the former England captain admitted he couldn't get through Armageddon, The Office or Friends "without shedding a tear."
Bekcham was on the show to discuss the Class of 92 documentary.
The film follows the Manchester United youth squad that went on to win the treble in the 1998/99 season.
It follows the early career of Beckham and his team mates Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Phil and Gary Neville and Paul Scholes.
Beckham won six Premier League titles, two FA Cups, one European Cup, one Intercontinental Cup, and one FA Youth Cup in the space of 12 years at the club.
"I got emotional filming it," he said.
"Going over the times that we'd spent together and going over the success that we'd had, whether it was good or whether it was bad. I really got emotional."
"Obviously not in front of the lads," he added.
David Beckham made his Manchester United debut at the age of 17 and first played for England at 21.
He also played for Real Madrid, LA Galaxy, AC Milan and Paris Saint German towards the end of his career.
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